HARKAVY FURNITURE x LAST.
// THE SLING COFFEE TABLE //
A long desired collaboration.
Harkavy Furniture is a modern furniture company out of Portland ran by two brothers, Wesley & Dylan Harkavy. Ever since their debut, I quickly became obsessed with every piece they crafted. Never before had I found myself so in love with modern furniture design. So of course, when they reached out to me about an idea they had for a coffee table, I was already all in.
The Sling Coffee Table is constructed using a powder-coated aluminum top, suspended by a set of hand finished walnut legs, and features a single piece of stretched austin double shoulder leather as a lower shelf. The powder-coated aluminum top provides a beautiful and durable surface for your morning coffee or evening scotch. It also has four tabs welded to it that perfectly line up with a set of holes on each leg support that are then fastened with two allen key bolts, which make for a unique and gorgeous joining of the two materials. The legs are stunning sets of hand crafted walnut. The addition of the allen key bolts securing the top and the lower shelf elevate the simplicity of the legs to be more that just supports and help anchor the modern aesthetics of the piece. And last (pun intended), is the single piece of austin double shoulder leather that serves as a beautiful accent to the rest of the piece. It can be used for light storage/display such as magazines and blankets. This elegant leather shelf is attached using tapped rods that slide into loops stitched at the ends of the leather shelf piece and are then fastened to the legs using another allen key bolt that screws into the tapped rods.
This coffee table, though visually simplistic, is packed with thoughtful design. It is easily one of my favorite pieces of furniture, right up there with every other piece that the Harkavy brothers have designed and created. I am honored to have been apart of the making of yet another incredible Harkavy piece.
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